Fine, 17 megs then. Still, thats 17 megs of other sounds and textures. Also, if the music is in compressed format it needs to be uncompressed to play.
Whatever, I must admit I do like the "Crimson Tide Theme" that was suggested above.
I´d find it suitable for FH !
HEY GUYS I KNOW A GREAT SONG!!!! THE WORLD FAMOUS WORLD WAR ONE AND WORLD WAR TWO MARCHING SONG! ITS A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY! SANG BY THE MANY ARMIES OF BOTH WARS! comon fellas join in! oooooooh its a long way to tipperary! its a long ways to go! its a long way to tipperary! to the sweetest girl i know! good bye piccadelli! farewell leceister square! its a long long way to tipperaaaaaaary but my heart's right there! :beer:
I didn't make it!
i do a lil cinematic music. thought it would be cool to contribute some custom music for the mod.
here's some stuff to check out:
uhm.. uh. lets see if this works.
shableep everywebhost com / heart-of-russia mp3 shableep everywebhost com / poe-theme mp3
What about music from "SPR" or "BOB"?
If you're still unsatisfied, then I'll make a damn war song!
www.purevolume.com/vagabond <----some of my works
JAGUARTI've done this with all the BF1942 mods except FH. The music they used was the best. http://www.radgametools.com/
Exactly. Why ask the team to change everyone's music to your liking, when you can change your own to your own liking and let everyone else choose the music they want? Less work for the team, and everyone's happy with their music........
I think the forgotten hope theme song should be the the song from the movie Kellys Heros
"burning bridges" hehe gota love the song and movie but actually i like the song how it is, takes me back 2 when i first played medal of honor and reminds me of the last of the mohicians
That would be the main theme from the kick ass movie "Last of the Mohicians", featuring Daniel Day Lewis as a white man in an Indian tribe during the French-Indian War.
I got a PM from a russian guy about a music, but i cant reply, cause "the account doesnt allow him to receive private messages!" if you're reading this, please say something!...